Nov 30, 2016 06:00 AM EST

Natalie Portman Owns the Heartbreaking Scenes in 'Jackie,' A Movie About Former US First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

"Jackie" is a new American Film starring Natalie Portman. This is the story of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - wife of former US President John F. Kennedy. While a story of beauty and elegance, it is also a story on how she coped up with everything in her life after the assassination of her husband.

Jobs & Hire recently reported that Natalie Portman will portray the role of Jackie. A tragic and unexpected story in November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas - death of Former President John F. Kennedy.

Director Pablo Larraín, a Chile-born filmmaker, says he didn't see anybody playing the role except for Portman. Furthermore, the movie is a mixture of elegance, intelligence, sophistication, as well as fragility. It also signifies sadness and beauty which is powerful to the culture, as said in an interview with Vanity Fair.

Portman also got a lot positive feedback for her role. As per USA Today, she portrays her character very well; she even made a research regarding her role, which is very important. One of the remarkable scenes in the movie is when she made herself presentable with blood in her face and dress, but as soon as she arrived from the White House, she took off the dress and broke down in the shower.

Refinery29 also shares some exclusive clip from the movie in which the Former First Lady was in an interview and the journalist asked her to tell something persona, just days after the death of Former President Kennedy. People will not stop asking about her personal life, and she tells to the journalist, "Don't marry the President."

Surely, this heartbreaking movie will bring tears to viewers. A strong and elegant woman who happens to face the most tragic event in her life - the assassination of her husband. This movie will be on theaters this coming December 2, 2016.

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